Art In America

Kristen Morgin

at Zach Feuer,
548 W. 22nd St.

Kristen Morgin's fascination with nostalgia-inducing childhood objects—comic books, toys, old records, books and magazines—runs deep. All of the vintage-looking pieces in the L.A.-based ceramicist's show "The Super Can Man and Other Illustrated Classics" are made of unfired clay, convincingly painted to look worn down and lovingly handled, as if pulled from a dusty box in the basement or plucked from a stranger's rummage sale.

 

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Frank Heath

at Simone Subal,
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131 Bowery, 2nd Floor

Andy Coolquitt

at Lisa Cooley,
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107 Norfolk St.

“Future Feminism”

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Anissa Mack

at Laurel Gitlen,
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Gordon Hall

at Foxy Production,
through Oct. 4
637 W. 27th St.

“Here and Elsewhere”

at New Museum,
through Sept. 28
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at Public Art Fund,
through Dec. 5
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